15 Tips to Help You Write Better And Attract More Readers

If the title “how to write better” caught your eye, I’m guessing you’d like to get more enthusiastic reactions to your writing.

Do you catch yourself looking at your number of book reviews and wondering how many people actually read your stuff to the end?

You’re not alone.

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How To Write A Good Book Review On Amazon

Imagine this.

You have just finished the last page of a great book and that familiar feeling of emptiness runs over you.

You stop for a moment and think to yourself, “What now?” because the book that has really hit home with you is now over.

How can you reflect on your experience and share it with others?

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How To Find Writing Inspiration To Finish (Or Start) Your Next Book

As a writer, I am sure you are familiar with that dreadful feeling of staring at a blank screen and having nothing happen.

No words. Crickets in your brain. The dreaded writer’s block.

That feeling of being stuck and losing motivation may make it tempting to walk away from your writing and make up excuses to procrastinate.

However, if you want to be a writer, you can’t wait for inspiration to find you.

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How To Use The Blinkist App To Become A Better Writer

In this post, we’ll do a review of the Blinkist app.

According to Stephen King, one of the world’s most prolific and successful writers, “If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others: read a lot and write a lot.

As an author, you’re probably doing plenty of the latter, but how much time are you devoting to the former?

After months of working on your book, you can get burned out on the written word. Picking up a book while writing one might not be your go-to relaxation activity.

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Grammarly Review: Is This the Best Grammar Checker?

Even though I was an English major in college, and I have focused on writing for a large part of my life, I still overlook some errors in my writing.

Some grammar rules have changed over time, and it can be challenging to relearn what was ingrained in your brain when you were younger.

Because you can make mistakes so easily, and it is more difficult to notice them in your writing than in the work of others, it’s important to carefully proofread your writing with an editor and/or a software program that catches your errors.

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How To Create A Back Cover Blurb That Sells Your Book

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Walk into any bookstore, and you’ll see thousands upon thousands of book spines staring at you.

For the average person who is “looking for a good read,” that means they’ll be scanning titles to see which ones appeal to them (usually with their head cocked to the left, to read those titles).

When they come across one that sounds interesting, they’ll pull it off the shelf and examine the cover.

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43 Daily Journal Prompts That Will Make You A Better Writer

No one decides to have writer’s block. No one wakes up in the morning and thinks, “I feel like having writer’s block today.”

On the contrary, getting stuck in a writing rut is something that everyone tries to avoid. What’s the best way?

Writing! Journaling, specifically.

Okay, I know what you’re thinking. “How can the cure be exactly what you want to do when your inability to do it is what’s ailing you?” It’s not. At least, not exactly. Let me explain.

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